By Grossi, PietroTranslated by Curtis, Howard
Dino is a placid, unambitious man. Living in a small provincial town, he and his wife spend their time planning journeys to faraway places - journeysthey never take. Dino's only passion is billiards, and he spends his evenings in the local billiards hall honing his technique. One... day, however, Dino's quiet life is interrupted-his wife is pregnant. This the first in a series of events that shake him from his slumber and force him to test himself for the first time. As in his widely praised Fists, Pietro Grossi's stripped-down prose brings out the epic human drama in a tale of everyday life.Read more
Pietro Grossi was born in Florence in 1978. He is a great admirer of Hemingway and JD Salinger, and has been writing since he was eight years old. He won the Premio Cocito Monta d'Alba prize for Fists. He lives and works between Tuscany and Milan.
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